Video: Mar 2, 2012 South Sudan_Lamu Port-South Sudan-Ethiopia Transport Project part of Ethiopia: Police arrest Muslim protesters as clashes continue

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Source: Sudan Tribune
Addis Ababa : Ethiopia | over 1 year ago
Ethiopian police on Sunday said that they had arrested several people after violent clashes between police and Muslim protesters continued on Saturday in the capital, Addis Ababa...Protesters...
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Mar 2, 2012 South Sudan_Lamu Port-South Sudan-Ethiopia Transport Project

Kenya, South Sudan and Ethiopia have jointly launched the Lamu Port-South Sudan-Ethiopia Transport Project (LAPSSET) in the Indian Ocean coastal town of Lamu Friday. South Sudan hopes to utilize the Lamu port to free itself from being dependent on its northern neighbor, the Sudan, by refining and selling its oil. The Sudan has however downplayed the news of the Lamu port, arguing that it will do little to assist South Sudan as it will take at least two years to construct a pipeline between Juba and Lamu. "If they want to build a pipeline with Kenya, it needs two years, Ethiopia, it needs two years. If they want to build a refinery in South Sudan and to export fuel to the neighboring countries by tanks, it needs two years, and it needs security and peace, things like this. In these two years, who is going to pay for the South, this is the questions for the dwellers. For this reason, they would reach the deal and they expect, it is not a matter to be optimistic or pessimistic, it's the reality, and all the calculation said they will have the deal," said Mekki Elmograby, political analyst of the Sudan. Khartoum and Juba are currently embroiled in a bitter row over sharing of oil revenues. A row that has seen South Sudan halt its oil production indefinitely. The Great Day of Annihilation thegreatdayofannihilation.com
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